Thursday, July 28, 2011

Indian Wedding Invitations

Indian wedding cards (Hindi / Marathi: निमंत्रण पत्र / पत्रिका, Patras Nimantran / Patrik / Kankotri) invitations are sent to relatives, friends, colleagues, telling the Indian wedding. And 'considered formal and traditional way of inviting people concerned about the marriage.

Different types of cards that the Hindu wedding cards and wedding cards Lord Ganesha are available. It is common practice in Indian marriages with two sets of playing cards. One of the groom's side to announce the marriage of their near and dear ones. The second side of the bride. This is consistent with the tradition of the formal arranged marriage.

The wedding cards are usually decorated and embellished, but today many, minimalist styles have also flooded the market. As in the western counterparts is that the budget is final, which determines the type of cards ordered and used.

In traditional Indian wedding, a formal invitation is the only card represents the community marriage. There are no agreements to save the date cards, RSVP cards or thank you cards. This is due to the fact that a person may be more people like him / her wants and the Indian wedding. Guest list is not strict, not a host or a list of records are complete or mandatory, and most of the participants, the marriage would not have even received an official invitation. This is due to the 500 + guest is a normal thing for most middle-class Indian weddings, and many people are invited to the oral route.

A new trend is not to the reception cards (especially in the south of India marriages) when there is no tradition of Baraat (groom's procession). This is to set the wedding ritual in charge of the right to be assisted by the only people closest family and friends. The more opulent reception was the participation of all.

While browsing the Indian wedding cards or wedding card, you've probably encountered a variety of images. Most of these images are important symbols of marriage and the traditional Indian love.

The symbol of Islam is basically carried the crescent and star. Other symbols are non-textual and non-verbal. Islamic religion as such or maybe some Islamic tradition. Some symbols like the color green have log association with Islam. The Muslim art encompasses majority of these symbols in representation of complex ideology architecture, while utilizing the same for decorative purposes.

Below is an example of some of the most common symbols are:
  1. Wedding Symbols
  2. Wedding Symbols of Ganesh
  3. Kalasha symbols
  4. Swastik Symbols
  5. Doli Symbols
  6. OM Symbols
  7. Christian Symbols
  8. Muslim Symbols
    • Moon Symbols
    • 786 (basmala)